Ordering is very easy. First E-mail us to reserve your collectible. Many of these collectibles are limited. We will respond with stock status and shipping costs. Once we receive your payment, your order will be shipped promptly to you.
At this time we are not set-up to accept payments by credit card. We do accept cash, checks, money orders and PayPal.
There are a few books available that list almost every soda item produced. These books, along with current market prices are the guidelines that we use in pricing collectibles. The value of your collectible also depends on the condition of the item. The condition of any collectible is the most important factor in determining its value.
Collectors use the grading system ranging from Poor to Mint. Poor would have dents, bends, extensive fading and wear, rust areas, and torn paper. Mint is in new condition, unused, and flawless.
The best way for us to give you an idea of your collectible's value is to describe it as completely as possible. If you can send a photo that is the best method.
If your interested in researching your own collectible check our list of resource material on our Information page.
Dating a collectible can be done several ways.
If there is a slogan on the collectible, then dating is helpful. Dating by slogan is not absolute, but is one clue.
Several Soda Collectible books are available to help you date your collectible.
We can also help. If you have a photo to send that is the best way for us to determine when your collectible was produce.
There are original and reproduction parts available for several machines. The availability of parts depends on the popularity of your machine.
Round corner machines have the largest parts selection. These machines are the most popular and several reproduction parts have been produced.
Square corner machines are increasing in popularity, but parts for these machines are not readily available.
We do have several Machine Manuals available. These manuals provide operation and parts breakouts.
Please write to us with your requests and we will do our best at finding your parts.
It's difficult to give an exact value of your machine. The value of a machine is based on its condition, model number and rarity.
The best way is to send us a photo of your machine. If you don't have a photo then try to send us the model number and a description.
There are several methods to ship a soda pop machine. We do have access to a service that is inexpensive, but delivery can take up to 2 months.
We can also ship machines via air freight to a local major airport near you town. The price on this varies from $200-$400 depending on where final shipment is.
There is also trucking service available. This price on this varies from $200-$400, but delivery to your door is possible.
Yes, we do buy machines. We do have to take into account the shipping cost when we provide our bid on machines.
Our inventory changes quickly based on current additions and sales. Since many of the collectibles we sell are one of a kinds a catalog would not be practical. We try to keep all of our collectibles listed on the web site. Check the pages for the soda brand your looking for.
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